Blog de Voyage en Chine

Rapport: les choix des voyageurs venus en Chine

Au cours de l'année 2019, The China Guide a organisé des circuits privés en Chine pour des milliers de voyageurs venus des États Unis, de France, d'Allemagne, d'Espagne, du Royaume-Uni, du Canada, d'Australie et au delà. À l'aube de l'année 2020, nous publions notre troisi...

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How to Book Jiuzhai Valley Tickets Online

On November 28 of 2019, the Jiuzhaigou Scenic Area Administration announced on its website that the daily number of tourists will be capped at 20,000 and that all visitors to Jiuzhai Valley must pre-book their tickets on the Aba Tourism website at least one day before their visit...

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10 Most Incredible Temples in China

China has a history that spans thousands of years, and there is perhaps no better testament to its long and varied past than its temples. These sacred and peaceful havens are the perfect display of China’s diverse religious influences—Buddhist, Confucianist, Taoist, and somet...

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Top 10 Desserts You Have to Try in China

While dessert may not be the first food item that comes to mind when thinking about China’s age-old culinary tradition, sweet treats are actually very common in the Middle Kingdom, especially around holidays like Lunar New Year. And forget the fortune cookie—a unique inventio...

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Comment utiliser WeChat lors d'un voyage en Chine

WeChat est une vraie force numérique en Chine. Avec plus d'un milliard d'utilisateurs actifs par mois, cette « super application » est omniprésente dans pratiquement tous les aspects de la vie quotidienne. Les Chinois l'utilisent pour discuter avec des amis, publier des mises...

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Top Winter Activities in Beijing

While Beijing may not be everyone’s ideal winter getaway due to its cold, windy weather, if your travels happen to be taking you to the Chinese capital during this time of year, there’s no need to worry! Beijing has loads of winter activities that are fun for everyone, and...

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Best Rainy Day Activities for Your Trip to China

Like anywhere else in the world, the weather in China can be difficult to predict. And while visiting at certain times of the year can help lower your chances of bad weather, it’s possible you’ll encounter some inclement conditions, whether it’s rain, sleet, smog, or extrem...

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A Virtual Food Tour of Beijing’s Hutongs

Strolling into Beijing’s narrow, low-rise alleyways, known as hutongs, will give you an intimate glimpse into the city’s culture and the daily lives of its inhabitants. In addition to traditional courtyard residences, the hutongs are full of hidden, hole-in-the-wall restauran...

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